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Discussion in 'Aquascaping Journals' started by DiegoMarinelli, May 24, 2010.
Some changes on the left side:
I'm working on the details of the background, alwais looking for the natural effects. What do you think?
Looks great Diego, the sense of depth is very good and looks very natural indeed, love the bolbits
Ground work in the central part of scape and details are marvelous. Simply it could not be more natural then this you created. It is good that central part is not fully covered with plant carpet but just like this partialy and out of order.
I love especially the way you put the stones on the ground...
Thank you Evelyn.
:=D> great job Diego.
Great tank, Diego! I like the addition of the Palmer tetras! Are you using a wide angle lens?
very nice scape diego... everything is very good...
very natural looking! that is something difficult to do artificially. I love it!
Really superb tank, by looking into previous images i was not having an idea that this tank matures like the recent image.
congrats for having a nice piece of nature in your tank.
What are the purple tetras swimming in the last pic? I'm guessing emperor tetras but am not sure. Can you tell me? And that plant in the far left foreground--that can't be cabomba, can it? It looks so...thin-leaved, and...healthy! (Says the one who has killed, more or less, all cabomba she has handled.)
Fantastic scape! I am blown away by your artistic eye when it comes to depth perception and keeping things natural.
Thank you Bhim....
The fishes are Nematobrycon palmeri , the plants on the left is Myriophyllum Matogrossense green
thank you Rabid.
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